Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with clauses:

2 syllables:
clause as,
laws as,
cross as,
loss as,
loss has,
all as,
all has,
all u.s.,
ball as,
broad as,
call as,
door as,
drawn as,
fall as,
faux pas,
for as,
for u.s.,
fought as,
gone as,
half as,
hall as,
law was,
long as,
long has,
more as,
more has,
nor as,
nor has,
or as,
or has,
or u.s.,
paul as,
paul has,
saw was,
shaw was,
small as,
song as,
strong as,
talk as,
tall as,
taught as,
thought as,
thought has,
walk as,
wall as,
wall has,
war as,
war has,
wrong as,
clause was,
falls as,
law as,
law has,
laws was,
saw as,
songs as,
though as,
walls as,
cause as,
cause has,
boss was,
course as,
course has,
cross was,
false as,
force as,
force has,
horse as,
horse has,
loss was,
source as,
source has,
thoughts as,
all was,
auf das,
ball was,
board as,
board has,
born as,
call was,
called as,
court as,
court has,
dawn was,
door was,
draws on,
draws up

3 syllables:
because as,
along as,
as long as,
before as,
assault was,
author as,
author has,
because an,
because on,
before was,
daughter as,
daughter has,
drawing as

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See clauses used in context: 4 rhymes, several books and articles.

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